Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Huma Bhabha: They Live Huma Bhabha: They Live

Huma Bhabha: They Live

Huma Bhabha

Institute of Contemporary Art Boston Boston, Massachusetts, USA 03/23/2019 – 05/27/2019

The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston (ICA) presents Huma Bhabha: They Live, the largest survey of the artist’s work to date. Spanning over two decades of Bhabha’s work, this major exhibition features sculpture, drawing, and photography, and considers the artist’s engagement with the human figure. Best known for her sculptures, Bhabha uses a wide variety of

Installation view, Huma Bhabha: They Live, Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, 2019. Photo by Charles Mayer Photography Installation view, Huma Bhabha: They Live, Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, 2019. Photo by Charles Mayer Photography Installation view, Huma Bhabha: They Live, Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, 2019. Photo by Charles Mayer Photography The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston (ICA) presents

Talking to Action: Art, Pedagogy and Activism in the Americas Talking to Action: Art, Pedagogy and Activism in the Americas

Talking to Action: Art, Pedagogy and Activism in the Americas

Curated by Bill Kelley, Jr & Karen Moss

ASU Art Museum Tempe, Arizona, USA 02/09/2019 – 07/06/2019

ASU Art Museum hosts the traveling exhibition, Talking to Action: Art, Pedagogy, and Activism in the Americas, part of the Getty initiative Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, and a unique showcase of Latin and Latinx artists. Comprised of sculptures, drawings, photography, videos, banners and more, Talking to Action investigates contemporary, community-based social art practices in the

Frente 3 de Fevereiro, Nou Pap Obeyi [No Vamos Obedecer/We Will Not Obey] action, 2015. Photo: Daniel Lima. Image courtesy of the ASU Museum of Art BijaRi on the rooftops of Santo Domingo as part of the intervention project Contando con Nosotros, 2011. Digital photo. Encuentro Internacional de Medellín MDE11, Museo de Antioquia. Image courtesy

Sopro

Sopro

Ernesto Neto

Pinacoteca de São Paulo São Paulo, Brazil 04/30/2019 – 07/15/2019

The Pinacoteca of São Paulo, a museum of the São Paulo State Secretariat of Culture and Creative Economy, and Banco Bradesco, presents the exhibition Ernesto Neto: Sopro [Blow], which will occupy the Octagon, seven rooms on the first floor and other spaces of the Pina Luz building. Curated by Jochen Volz and Valéria Piccoli, respectively director and chief-curator of the museum, the retrospective brings

Ernesto Neto, Sopro (2019). Installation view. Photo by Isabella Matheus. Image courtesy of Pinacoteca de São Paulo Ernesto Neto, Sopro (2019). Installation view. Photo by Isabella Matheus. Image courtesy of Pinacoteca de São Paulo Ernesto Neto, Sopro (2019). Installation view. Photo by Isabella Matheus. Image courtesy of Pinacoteca de São Paulo The Pinacoteca of São Paulo,

Still I rise Still I rise

Still I rise

Sonia Gomes

Museo de Arte de São Paulo São Paulo, Brazil 11/14/2018 – 03/10/2019

This exhibition gathers new works by Sonia Gomes, a Minas Gerais native living in São Paulo. It features the most recent developments of her sculpture efforts, which now include tree branches and trunks. These never-before-seen works make reference to the primary series of this show, titled Root. Scraps of fabrics found by chance or offered

Sonia Gomes, Untitled from Raiz series (2018). Photo by Bruno Leão. Image courtesy of MASP Sonia Gomes, Correnteza from Raiz series (2018). Photo by Bruno Leão. Image courtesy of MASP Sonia Gomes, Untitled (2018). Photo by Bruno Leão. Image courtesy of MASP This exhibition gathers new works by Sonia Gomes, a Minas Gerais native living

Tejido y piedra

Tejido y piedra

Lorena Ancona

PARQUE Galería Ciudad de México 12/01/2018 – 01/19/2019

Tejido y Piedra is the first solo exhibition of Lorena Ancona at PARQUE Galería which reflects on the impermanence of textiles and how a great imaginary —accessible only through the stony permanence of architectures, stuccoes and ceramics— blurs from Mesoamerican material history, where first there were the textiles. Lorena Ancona is a visual artist working

Lorena Ancona, Chicchan (máscara de serpiente) (2018). PARQUE Galería, CDMX. Imagen cortesía de la artista y PARQUE Galería. Foto: Ramiro Chaves Lorena Ancona, Ix Balam Ook (2018). PARQUE Galería, CDMX. Imagen cortesía de la artista y PARQUE Galería. Foto: Ramiro Chaves Lorena Ancona, Jaguar descendente (2018). PARQUE Galería, CDMX. Imagen cortesía de la artista y PARQUE